Saturday, November 19, 2016


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For Liberals, Clinton's Defeat Is A Painful Reminder That Demography Is Not Destiny (Oh, And She Actually Ran A Terrible Campaign)

For Liberals, Clinton's Defeat Is A Painful Reminder That Demography Is Not Destiny (Oh, And She Actually Ran A Terrible Campaign)Hillary Clinton was a terrible candidate. We all know this, but let’s delve into the incompetence and the arrogance that infested the Clinton campaign. For starters, they started drinking champagne before the ballots were counted. They expected massive turnout. They expected to win. None of that happened. Clinton’s attack ads against Trump, which admittedly made me more inclined to vote for him, fell flat. Rust Belt voters didn’t care that he possibly avoided paying taxes for nearly twenty years legally. Liberals seem to be the only people who actually think everyone likes paying taxes. From the richest one percent to the factory worker, as April approaches—everyone is scrambling to find ways to avoid paying as much tax as possible.

We’re Americans; we like to keep our hard earned money. They also didn’t care about his remarks regarding women. The data was off. What was needed was boots on the ground—and the Clinton campaign didn’t have enough to deploy in a manner that could’ve swayed the election in her favor. The Huffington Post’s Sam Stein had more:
In Michigan alone, a senior battleground state operative told HuffPost that the state party and local officials were running at roughly one-tenth the paid canvasser capacity that Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) had when he ran for president in 2004. Desperate for more human capital, the state party and local officials ended up raising $300,000 themselves to pay 500 people to help canvass in the election’s closing weeks. By that point, however, they were operating in the dark. […]

Congress Could Use the Lame Duck to Strengthen Security for Americans. Will they?It’s Duck Season in Washington DC. It’s a lame duck to be sure as outgoing congressional leaders attempt to make good on campaign promises and pay their debts to their beholden. That usually means a lot of sneaky backroom deals. This time, however, there is an opportunity to do something better than payback cronies.

The Lame Duck would be a great time for Congress to pass a strong statement for the privacy rights of all Americans. Will they? That remains to be seen.

The bill that will allow them to do so is the International Communications Privacy Act (ICPA). Passage of this bill would be a great legacy project for outgoing legislators. Something truly to be proud of -- something they can point to as a leading accomplishment for their time in DC.

What it does is basically modernize our privacy law. The current law we are operating under was crafted during the times of dial-up -- the world-wide web was just in an infancy. Here we are with a wide-open cloud and no good rules to protect our citizens.
Archbishop of Canterbury: Stop saying Islamic State has “nothing to do with Islam”

By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch

The UK Home Office banned me from entering Britain because I said: “[Islam] is a religion and is a belief system that mandates warfare against unbelievers…” Will Welby now be banned from Britain? “Justin Welby: It’s time to stop saying Isil has ‘nothing to do with Islam,'” by John Bingham, Telegraph, November 18, 2016: Claims […]
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Michigan Electors Say Clinton Supporters Sending Them Death Threats, Vicious Emails

banerianwalkerAt least one elector who’s due to cast a formal ballot electing Donald Trump to the presidency – in accordance with America’s constitutional Electoral College process – said he’s been receiving vicious messages, including death threats, from those who’d rather he cast his vote for Hillary Clinton.

Michael Banerian, 22, is supposed to join with 15 other Michigan electors on December 19 to vote for Trump. But Banerian said Trump opponents have been pressuring him to instead pick Clinton.
“You have people saying ‘you’re a hateful bigot, I hope you die,'” he said, the Detroit News reported. “I’ve had people talk about shoving a gun in my mouth and blowing my brains out. And I’ve received dozens and dozens of those emails. Even the non-threatening-my-life emails are very aggressive.”
The Detroit News confirmed at least one of Banerian’s emailed messages included death threats – specifically, that the writer of the message would “put a bullet” in Banerian’s mouth.

And he’s not the only elector being threatened.

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